In The Know
Friends & Family Invited to an Open House
Sunday, October 30, 2016
LivingWell Health Club at The Washington Hilton
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Food, Beverages & Membership Specials
Last Chance to Lock in 2016 Rates!
Special Rate $109/month
No dues until January 2017
Individual (Fit & Pool) Offer Ends October 30, 2016
Pool Only Rates:
(Season May 1 - October 31)
$2376 for couples ($2450 in 2017)
$1300 for individuals ($1400 in 2017)
$325 for any child over 2 years old ($341in 2017)
Must Join by October 30th to Receive These Rates
All Rates Will Increase November 1st for Non-Members
Fitness & Pool Rates:
(minimum 12 month commitment)
$119 for individuals($125 in 2017)
$214 for couples( $225 in 2017)
Membership Benefits Include:
• 6 all access guest passes
• Full use of the health club and group exercise classes
• Once per month complimentary training session (Fitness Memberships only)
• Food & Beverage discounts at Washington Hilton
including 15% off The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, The District Line Restaurant, TDL Bar and McClellan's Sports Bar
• 25% off Best Available Rate for guest rooms at Washington Hilton
To sign up or for more information, please contact Chan at 202.483.4100 or email@example.com
Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties have listed 3010 Legation Street NW for $1,750,000 with an open house Sunday, October 9th from 1:00-4:00 pm.
Designed by award-winning Studio 3877, architects who provide innovative designs, this stunning residence has six bedroom home boasts four and one-half bath with approximately 4,650 square feet and a two-car garage.
With all new systems (electrical, plumbing and heating/cooling), the entire home is sealed and insulated to modern energy-saving standards.
Perfect for entertaining, there’s an open-plan, eat-in kitchen, breakfast nook and family room leading out to a deck. Designed with quartz countertops, luxurious stainless steel appliances and a larger center island with a prep sink invites seating for four to six.. There’s also a breakfast nook.
On the main level, there’s a gracious entry foyer with coat closet and powder room leading into a formal dining room with custom millwork. The living room has a fireplace and the sun room can also be used as an office.
Upstairs, the stunning owner’s suite boasts cathedral ceilings and walk-in closet with Elfa system.
The fully-furnished lower level has a walk out to patio and spacious mudroom.
For a virtual tour, click here.
Georgetown Heritage and the National Park Service are kicking off a multi-year restoration of the first mile of the C&O Canal in Georgetown at noon on Wednesday, October 5 at Lock 4 (Thomas Jefferson Street), as Georgetown community members and officials wave goodbye to the old Georgetown boat.
Mules will tow away the Georgetown, which operated as a popular attraction on the Canal until 2011, one last time before it is disassembled at Fletcher’s Cove. National Park Service staff, city officials, and community leaders will also begin the draining of Lock 3 before sharing plans to restore, revitalize and re-imagine this historic one-mile section of the park.
The send-off marks the first phase of the restoration project, October 2016 through April 2018, which will include repairs to Locks 3 and 4, a new boat, and the development of a Comprehensive Master Plan to guide further revitalization of the park.